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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa, thank you very much. hey, everybody! that's a great new york city crowd. you're safe, you're dry, welcome, everybody to "late night with jimmy fallon." thank you for being here tonight. it's gonna be a fun show. hey, did you guys hear about this? there was a small fire today at president obama's vacation home in martha's vineyard. yeah, or as obama told china, "darn, that was where i was keeping the $14 trillion i was about to give back. [ laughter ] what are the odds? i'm sorry! [ laughter ] so sorry!" listen to this, yesterday, rush limbaugh accused president obama of trying to inflict as much damage as possible in four years. and then, rush limbaugh's chair accused him of doing the same thing. [ laughter ]
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"come on, man. just stand up! what am i, atlas? come on, man!" ergonomics. there's been some rough economic news. yesterday, the dow fell 634 points and went below the 11,000 mark. all i can say is it's a good thing all my money is tied up in beanie babies. [ laughter ] yeah. i got happy the hippo, the gray one, yeah. [ laughter ] hard to grab. you guys probably saw this. after some tough losses this weekend, the yankees have now lost all four of their series against the red sox. [ cheers and applause ] which explains why today, the s&p downgraded the yankees to the mets. [ laughter ] they shouldn't -- they shouldn't be able to do that. [ light laughter ] >> steve: don't make fun of the mets! >> jimmy: this is amazing. a 98-year-old woman in
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california just got a 10th degree black belt in judo. you can tell she's 98, because she got the belt on sale at talbots. [ light laughter ] tal-bot. here's some election news. a new poll found that president obama's approval rating is lowest in idaho. it probably has to do with obama's new campaign slogan, "potatoes suck balls." [ laughter ] why would he --? >> steve: that's just foolish. >> jimmy: why would he do that? i just saw this. a department store in london is selling a justin bieber ice cream sunday to celebrate the launch of his fragrance. or as guys put it, "i'm not gonna eat some lame justin bieber sundae. i'm just here for the fragrance." [ laughter ] i don't know what to make of this. last week, a man in arizona accidentally shot himself in the crotch while putting a gun into the waistband of his pants -- well, now it's her pants.
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[ laughter ] and finally, the pittsburgh zoo is about to open the first elephant sperm bank in north america. or as elephants call it, "a way better gig than the circus." ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ bright lights, big city going to my head bright lights, big city going to my head ♪ ♪ bright lights, big city going to my head i don't care, no 'cause you don't care, no ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: amazing. that's guitarist gary clark, jr., right there. [ cheers and applause ] sitting in with the roots.
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oh man, his latest album, "the bright lights ep" just came out today. thank you so much for being here. i appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: that's a nice guitar, there. what kind of guitar is that? >> epiphone casino. >> jimmy: oh, that's the one you always play? >> usually play a red one, but this one's doing it for now. >> jimmy: it's a different color, yeah, yeah. >> same thing. >> jimmy: what was the first guitar you started with. do you remember? >> an ibanez rx 20. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's a pretty dec guitar. >> eh! >> jimmy: really? i had -- [ laughter ] i had a guitar called "a phantom." >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] it had a ghost, cartoon ghost, on the end of it. [ laughter ] >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> wow. >> jimmy: yeah. that's why i'm here and you're there, i guess. [ laughter ] anyways, thanks for coming here. i appreciate that. that's awesome. hey, we got a huge show tonight. the lovely, the charming katie holmes is here! [ cheers and applause ] oh, i love katie holmes. this guy is a judge on "master chef," owns a ton of great restaurants, awesome guy, joe bastianich is here.
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[ cheers and applause ] good wine, too. >> steve: gonna have some of that. >> jimmy: a good man. and we got some great music from the kills tonight! [ cheers and applause ] oh, man. they're good, good, good stuff. oh, my gosh. what a fun show. hey, ladies and gentlemen, it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, we will be taking a look at the "pros and cons" of congress being on vacation. that's right. congress is currently in the middle of a five-week break. taking some well-earned time off. [ light laughter ] so let's take a look at the "pros and cons" of congress being on vacation. here we go. pro -- congress gets to kick back, relax and do nothing. con -- then they get to go on vacation. [ laughter ] pretty sweet deal. >> steve: oh, yeah. it's a good deal. >> jimmy: pro --
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the vacation will give congressmen time to recharge their batteries. con -- they used to be aaa batteries. now they're just aa plus. [ laughter ] too bad. pro -- some members of congress are going camping during the recess. con -- but without anthony weiner, no one is around to pitch a tent. [ laughter ] he's good at camping. he's good at that. >> steve: yeah, his member. [ applause ] >> jimmy: he's a member? you say he remembers how to do it? >> steve: yeah. his member -- of congress. >> jimmy: yes. [ light laughter ] member of congress. pro -- getting to hear stories about what everyone did on vacation. con -- including a graphic account of how nancy pelosi got her groove back in jamaica. [ light laughter ] there she is -- [ laughter ] good for her, you know? pro -- john boehner will do what he does every summer, work on his tan. con -- then hit the "jersey shore" clubs and try to convince drunk girls he's pauly d. [ laughter ]
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"it's t-shirt time." [ laughter ] pro -- michele bachmann is looking forward to relaxing. con -- this is what michele bachmann looks like when she's relaxing. come on! [ laughter ] that's just a unfair cover. >> steve: that's not -- [ laughter ] i'm gonna take the picture in 3, 2, 1 -- not yet, wait -- and take it. >> jimmy: all right, come on, pose in 3, 2, and, almost, not, yet, and, and, and -- no? and -- not happening, hold on. oh, i took it, i took it, i took it. i got it, i got it, no problem, i got it. [ laughter ] it's gonna be on the magazine cover. no problem. >> steve: and let me take it again, let me take it again. oh, my -- oh, my god, it's hitler's ghost! gah! [ laughter ] got it. >> jimmy: pro -- john mccain went to disney world and visited space mountain. con -- halfway down the ride, his pants
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visited splash mountain. [ laughter ] it's a scary ride. >> steve: splash mountain. i can't -- >> jimmy: yeah you can. and finally, pro -- have a nice break. con -- don't come back! there you go. that is the "pros and cons." [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with "models and buckets." thanks for watching, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thanks to the venture card from capital one, we get double miles on every purchase, so me and the boys earned a trip to dc twice as fast! oh hi! we get double miles every time we use our card. and since double miles add up fast... one more chariot please. ...we can bring the whole gang! i cannot tell a lie. he did it. right... it's hard to beat double miles! read my lips -- no new axes! [ male announcer ] get the venture card from capital one, and earn double miles on every purchase, every day. go to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? so, you're a democrat right?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. you guys look like you're ready to play a game of intense competition and fabulous prizes. it's time for the game everyone's talking about, doctors, lawyers, cooks, waiters, kristi yamaguchi -- [ light laughter ] everyone's talking about it. it's time for "models and buckets." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's right. it's time for the game everyone's been talking about. >> i -- >> love -- >> models --e >> and buckets. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but now, let's get started. let's bring out the models and let's bring out those buckets. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hi, models. >> all: hi, jimmy. >> jimmy: how was your weekend? [ talking over each other ] >> it was really. i went to the store and then we went to the mall. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: now as you guys can see, we have 12 beautiful models with 12 beautiful buckets for our contestants to choose from. whatever bucket they pick will be dumped on their head. but one of these buckets contains $100. let's meet our contestants. come on over. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how you doing? have a seat. >> step there? >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. deja vu, this is weird. [ laughter ] how are you? what is your name? where are you from? >> i'm sam from atlanta, georgia. >> jimmy: good man, sam. what's your name? where are you from? >> i'm matt from atlanta, georgia. >> jimmy: very good. oh, my gosh.
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now where are your -- the hats you were wearing? [ laughter ] >> i took them backstage. >> jimmy: oh, perfect. okay, yeah. now, hey. [ laughter ] guys, you know how the game works. you have to pick a bucket number and then we'll dump that bucket on your head. but first, higgins tell them what's in some of today's buckets? >> steve: well, today we have baked beans, brown gravy, glittery confetti, maple syrup, chocolate syrup, melted ben & jerry's "late night" snack ice cream, or $100! ♪ jimmy [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: all right, my man. you're going to go first. all right? good luck. pick a -- audience, you want to help them out? [ audience yells ] >> i heard four. i'm going to go with four. >> jimmy: number four. scarlett ann, come on!
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♪ scarlett ann >> jimmy: now, scarlett, you've dumped $100 before, haven't you? >> yes. [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: all right, very good. you got the $100 right now. let him have the $100! oh, no! [ cheers ] sorry. that was not $100. that was melted "late night" snack ice cream. [ audience ohs ] >> it's so cold. >> jimmy: it's so cold. sorry, sorry. look your brother's freaking out like that, man. [ laughter ] >> i won't. >> jimmy: yeah, you won't do that, right? it's embarrassing. >> oh, it is embarrassing. >> jimmy: no, come on. pick -- get a number here. what do you think? [ audience yells ] >> all right. my dad's saying two. i like two. let's go with two. >> jimmy: all right, two. you're going to go for nina! ♪ nina it looks like a light bucket, could be $100. let him have the $100. and no. [ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] that is strawberry jam. dad, you're going to hear this father's day. you're going to hear about this. your dad said two and he was wrong. that's strawberry jam. [ light laughter ] all right. here we go. what do you think, my man? [ drum roll ] >> i like the way number five is
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looking at me. i'm going to go number five. >> jimmy: number five is looking at you. good. he's talking about scarlett b! ♪ scarlett b scarlett b could have the winning money. does scarlett have it? he won! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ he won $100! no, this has never happened before. yes, kyle. yes, kyle. if you want to keep playing and try to double your money -- audience, what should he do? [ cheers and applause ] models, reset your buckets, please! ♪ very good. very, very good. okay. very good. i'll let you go first this time here, now that they've reset their buckets. what are you thinking now? yeah. all right. [ audience yells ] >> listening to my dad again. let's go 12. >> he's going to go for number 12. you're talking about kenzie! ♪ kenzie
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>> jimmy: kenzie, lift that bucket up and down. it looks pretty light. [ drumroll ] all right. it's going to be the $100! let him have the $100! no! [ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] sorry, that is packing peanuts. packing peanuts. >> steve: packing what? >> jimmy: packing peanuts. >> steve: oh, okay. >> jimmy: very good. what are you thinking, buddy? >> you know what? let's go with 11. >> jimmy: number 11. very good. he's talking about darcy! ♪ darcy >> jimmy: all right, darcy. this could be the $100. [ drumroll ] darcy, let him have it, please! [ sad tuba ] [ audience ohs ] weird. it still kind of looks like your hair, though. it's still -- but it works. [ laughter ]
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it looks good. it looks good. yeah, yeah. good man. you got ice cream and chocolate syrup. >> that's delicious. >> jimmy: there you go. see? [ laughter ] i like these guys. all right, you're up, buddy. >> all right. um -- [ drum roll ] [ audience yells ] let's go number 1. number 1. >> jimmy: number 1! tessa! ♪ tessa tessa, let him have it. give him that 100 bucks. [ drumroll ] no. [ sad tuba ] [ audience ohs ] glittery confetti. glittery confetti. sorry. sorry about that. that is not the winning money. okay, you ready to go? [ drum roll ] [ audience yells ] >> i heard three. i heard three. >> jimmy: number three, audrey! ♪ audrey audrey, pour that money on him, my friend, please. [ drumroll ]
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[ sad tuba ] [ audience ohs ] no, that was not the money. sorry. that is not -- that is orange fanta. [ laughter ] >> it tastes good. >> jimmy: it does taste good, yeah. [ light laughter ] you're right. all right, how you doing? [ laughter ] >> i'm doing all right. [ audience yells ] >> four? um -- i'm going to go with number seven. >> jimmy: number seven! you're talking about sasheen! ♪ sasheen >> jimmy: no, no. [ sad tuba ] that is not $100. that is condensed milk. [ laughter ] >> of course it is, yeah. >> jimmy: so sorry about that. all right, my man. >> um -- [ audience yells ] you know what? i'm going to go five again. i'm going to go five. >> jimmy: you're going to go five one more time? it's scarlett b!
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bring down that $100! ♪ scarlett b >> jimmy: scarlett, give him that money! [ sad tuba ] [ audience ohs ] nope, strawberry jam. oh, it's going right down the back of his shirt. [ laughter ] all right, hey! stop it! all right, come on. [ laughter ] come on. scarlett b, come on. [ elephant trumpets ] whoa! hey, you know what that sound means. we're down to our last six buckets. that's means it's time for double trouble! [ cheers and applause ] now, each of you will pick a bucket and we will pour them simultaneously on your head. what are you going to go for? [ drum roll ] >> two. i got to go with two. >> jimmy: got to go with two. what are you going for? >> four. >> jimmy: all right. you're talking about nina and scarlett s! ♪ nina >> questlove: and -- ♪ scarlett s >> jimmy: all right, guys. on the count of three. let them have it. [ drum roll ] one. two. three! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: the big winner! right there! $200! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. look at those two giant checks. you got that giant check. you got two giant checks.
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♪ you got that giant check you got two giant checks you got that giant check you got two giant checks ♪ ♪ you got the giant check you got two giant checks ♪ but nobody goes home empty-handed at "late night," so you get this "late night with jimmy fallon" bucket hat. check this out. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you got that bucket hat you got that bucket hat ♪ everybody ♪ you like that bucket hat people like that bucket hat never seen a bucket hat every goes looking at ♪ bucket hat ♪ wave hello say good-bye because you're on your way with the bucket hat ♪ everybody my thanks to these guys for playing "models and buckets." [ cheers and applause ] and, of course, thanks to our great models. we'll be right back with katie holmes, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ radio dj ] kathy, your voice sounds familiar. have you ever won anything before? no. [ radio dj ] alright, well here's your question.
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a beautiful and talented actress who's starred in such hit movies as "batman begins." her latest, "don't be afraid of the dark" is in theaters friday, august 26th. look at her looking beautiful, here, on the cover of this magazine. [ cheers and applause ] say hello to the lovely katie holmes, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: katie. katie, katie, katie. >> i'm so happy to be here. >> jimmy: i'm so psyched you're here. thanks for coming on. i haven't -- >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: i researched this. the first time we met was ten years ago. on "saturday night live." >> i know. >> jimmy: can you believe it's ten years already? >> no. no, i can't believe it's ten years. but you were so nice. i was so nervous doing it because, you know, the setup of it is you don't really -- as the host, you don't really know what's happening and you do the sort of press photos first. and then you think, "oh, my god, everybody knows i'm gonna do it but i don't know what i'm doing."
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yeah, no and i have to do it now. >> jimmy: but you were a great host. >> well thank you. but you were so helpful and it was so much fun. >> jimmy: and now, here you are. and tomorrow, you're flying out -- or flying out tonight? >> i'm flying out tonight. i'm going to be a guest judge on "so you think you can dance" finale tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that. >> with kenny ortega and nigel and marion. i love that show. >> jimmy: i mean, i like that show, too. it's a great show, though. i'm -- so i -- i just watch and go like, "oh, i could never --" >> i don't know. i bet you can dance. >> jimmy: no, no, i definitely -- [ cheers and applause ] >> you were showing moves, there. -- this thing, i like that. >> jimmy: no, those guys are good, though. i like those brothers. >> they were great. [ laughter ] and i think that being soaked in jam could be kind of yummy. >> jimmy: yeah. it's a pretty a tasty thing, right? >> yeah, like -- >> jimmy: they looked like they enjoyed it, yeah. they were having a good time. no, i can't -- i mean, i can think i can dance, but i can't dance. [ laughter ] that's why i like the show, 'cause i can think i can dance. >> yeah, that's right. >> jimmy: yeah. it should be like -- it's not called "you can dance." >> it's "you think." >> jimmy: no, but you dance. you are a dancer.
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do you go out? >> i do. >> jimmy: do you go out to clubs? do you dance? where do you dance? >> my kitchen. [ laughter ] i practice -- >> jimmy: i heard you dance in your car. >> i do dance in my car. in fact, i often -- well, i've gotten caught before. it doesn't stop me. because i think, "you know what? i like to do it." and when i see other people doing it, i'm like, "that's right, enjoy it." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, that's not. that doesn't make it right, because you like it. i'd like to text in the car, too, but i have to drive. [ laughter ] can't just 'cause i like it. "hey, i like drinking, okay?! so what?!" [ laughter ] one of those beer hats with the straws. "i got my hands on the wheel!" how do you dance while you drive? that sounds dangerous to me, again. >> well, it's all upper body. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: well, give me an example. >> i don't take my feet off the pedals. >> jimmy: well, roots, give me -- could you give me a beat? like, what would dancing while driving be? >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: like -- ♪ >> jimmy: hey!
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[ cheers and applause ] but i feel like the car's going back and forth. you're like -- >> you're not doing this. you're doing this. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's good, right there, yeah. no, no, no, no leg or feet dancing. >> well, there are certain cars that are tiny and i have no -- sometimes my legs get cramped, so i do this and i just use the right -- >> jimmy: no, you do not drive like that! [ laughter ] >> i do! it's more comfortable. >> jimmy: that is so illegal. >> why is -- "oh, no"? >> jimmy: is it illegal? >> it's not illegal, is it? >> jimmy: one-legged driving. >> i wear a seat belt. >> jimmy: i think it might be illegal. what's the audience say, legal? [ cheers and applause ] >> audience member: legal! >> jimmy: legalize it? "look, i like doing it, okay? so what? [ laughter ] i have one foot out the window." [ cheers and applause ] i have to talk about this movie. "don't be afraid of the dark." whew. scary. creepy, scary movie. i loved it. scary movies scare me, so -- [ laughter ] >> good, good, good. >> jimmy: but this, basically,
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do you want to set it up a little bit? >> okay, so we're gonna see the clip now? >> jimmy: yeah. well, soon, we'll see the clip. set up the movie, then we'll see the clip. >> okay, so the movie is about these -- people that are redoing this house and this little girl -- >> creepy house. >> very creepy house, but they are decorators. and i'm dating this man and his daughter comes to town and she's a little girl and starts seeing creatures and they start bothering her and she keeps telling us. we're a little too busy and we don't believe her. >> jimmy: nobody believes her, yeah. this girl is like -- these monsters feed on children's teeth. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's disturbing. >> jimmy: it's scary. and you just hear like -- >> but -- >> jimmy: the whispers that scare me. and they're like -- [ whispering ] [ laughter ] it was, i mean -- honestly, you're gonna have nightmares. seriously, it's creepy. 'cause i was hearing whispers for the next three hours. >> i heard whispers when i read the script. >> jimmy: yeah. >> no, i mean, it was wild. it's so good and it's so scary. we have a clip of "don't be afraid of the dark." here's katie holmes.
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♪ [ gasps ] ♪ [ gasps ] [ clatter ] oh! [ whispers ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so scary. >> i know, i know. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. it's a goody. hey, i wanted to know if you wanted to play a game when we come back. is that okay? >> yes. >> jimmy: are you good at games? >> very. >> jimmy: oh, let's do this. all right, when we come back, we'll play "pictionary" -- with katie holmes, come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ both ] thirty-three hundred?! that's a lot of donuts. [ male announcer ] visit capital one bank today to refinance your mortgage, and we'll pick up, on average, $3,300 at closing. what's in your wallet? i'm good. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with katie holmes and we're going to play a little "pictionary." [ cheers and applause ] we've recruited a couple of audience members as teammates. what is your name and where are you from? >> lisa from long island. >> jimmy: very good lisa from long island. [ cheers and applause ] and here is the winner.
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my partner. what is your name and where are you from? >> mike from milwaukee. >> jimmy: yeah. exactly. [ cheers and applause ] remember that. hey, you got the rules. player gets to turn sketching clues to their teammate. when it's your turn, you pick a clue. announce if it's an action, object, person or phrase. then you start drawing. 30 seconds on the clock per turn, so the first two rounds katie and i will do the drawing. those rounds will be worth one point. then, we'll have a showdown where our partners can draw for us to guess from same clue at the same time. first team to get that right gets two points and the win. may the best team win. katie, why don't you go first? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. you're going to sit there. mike, go for it, buddy. spread out. do whatever you want. enjoy yourself, yeah. >> oh. [ laughter ] can i get a new one? no, i'm kidding. wait. >> jimmy: oh, you can put that in that little box in front. >> oh. >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. >> jimmy: perfect. >> it's a person. do i go? >> jimmy: yeah. and ready? as soon as you start drawing.
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go! >> dress. superman? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: superman? [ light laughter ] lampman? [ laughter ] >> oh. what other than superman? robin? [ laughter ] what's in his hand? >> jimmy: oh, i know what it is! >> president? [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: can i guess? harry potter? >> it's a hard one, yes. [ applause ] >> oh. >> jimmy: yeah, i got it. from this angle, it's great. >> that's why i was, like -- >> jimmy: very good. all right, good. i liked that. it was good. >> i think -- >> no, it is a good harry potter. >> sorry, lisa. >> jimmy: ready? audience? [ audience yells ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay.
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this is a person. this is a person. [ laughter ] okay, ready? >> all right. it's a girl. with long blond hair. betty boop. [ laughter ] it's a musician. betty boop. marilyn monroe. >> jimmy: marilyn monroe, no. close. [ laughter ] [ buzzer ] what do you mean, "hell no"? gosh. lady gaga. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> that was a good drawing. >> jimmy: i don't know.
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i didn't -- hard to do. i'm sorry. >> it looked like the grammy -- her grammy -- >> jimmy: all right. ready? here. now we do a showdown? all right. here we go. now you guys go up. same clue. [ cheers and applause ] don't let them get to you. all right. good guess. >> you guess. >> jimmy: now -- yeah, we guess. the first person to guess wins the whole thing. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: all right. lisa, you can choose. >> am i allowed to look at your -- his drawing, too? >> jimmy: yeah, i guess so. >> okay, good. [ audience yells ] >> jimmy: good going. [ laughter ] >> is it -- what is it? >> an object. >> jimmy: object. >> uh-oh. okay. >> jimmy: okay. object. ready? go. >> cookie. >> jimmy: man. head. it's an object. it's a -- it's a belt! it's a belt on a -- headphones! it's a -- jodhpurs! those weird pants you wear. >> jogging shorts. >> jimmy: butt. muffin top! [ laughter ]
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belly fat. oh, what do you call it? spare tire! what do you call that? fat! i don't know. [ laughter ] muffin top! >> inner tube! [ laughter ] oh. [ buzzer ] >> love handles. [ cheers and applause ] love handles. >> oh, love handles! >> jimmy: love handles. you go one more? one more real quick? okay. me and you real quick. katie, me and you. here we go. >> oh, we're drawing? >> jimmy: yeah, we're drawing. yeah, we're drawing. all right. now you guys sit back down. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. i got it. ready? here we go. >> oh, oh. marker. >> jimmy: all right. ready? >> oh, hang on. >> jimmy: ready? >> wait, no. >> jimmy: no, yes! on your mark, get set -- >> i'm ready! i'm ready! >> jimmy: go. >> you have a house. a door? >> remote control. >> ipod! >> yes! yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: did he say it? what did he say? >> i said ipod. >> ipod. >> jimmy: what? >> ipod? >> jimmy: no! >> i was close! >> a zune. a zune. >> nano? [ laughter ] iphone! >> mp3 player. >> jimmy: what did you say?
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>> ipod? >> ipod. >> jimmy: no! [ laughter ] >> ipad? >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you! ipad is what it was. i don't get credit for that. you get the win. oh, my gosh, that was great. [ cheers and applause ] you guys did a great job. you did a great job, lisa. "don't be afraid of the dark" in theaters everywhere august 26th. katie holmes, everybody. joe bastianich joins us next. he's hanging out in the bud light lime green room! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ as luxury s.u.v.s, it helps to have the quality and craftsmanship of your leather interior test better than the lexus rx 350. it's also helpful to set your "select terrain" dial to "sand." ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest not only owns 25 restaurants around the world with his business partner mario batali, he's also a judge on the hit show "master chef," which has its two part season finale monday and tuesday on fox. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome joe bastianich. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much for coming on the show, finally. >> it's really an honor to be here. thanks, buddy. >> jimmy: yeah. we've been friends for a while. >> we go back a long time. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. i've been to numerous restaurants of yours and partied with you. here's one from a block party we had. >> we were singing together that day, weren't we? >> jimmy: i think i was in my silver period there. [ laughter ] >> that's a really nice shirt.
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do you still rock that shirt sometimes? >> jimmy: how could you not rock that shirt if you wear it? [ laughter ] it rocks itself. >> that was at the infamous babo block party where got up and did a little duet. >> jimmy: that was awesome. that was super fun. do you play? >> i do. i do play a little singing and guitar playing. >> jimmy: you're a very talented guy. >> i try. >> jimmy: you also have 150 wineries or something? >> aside from being in the restaurant business, lucky enough to make wine in italy as well. >> jimmy: that's insane. you do wine pairings as well? >> do wine pairings, wine and food events and make wine. making wine is one of the great privileges in my life. >> jimmy: what age did you get into that? >> i kind of always knew that i was destined to make wine. i was born to manipulate grapes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: never had that before. yeah, exactly. very good at it. you paired tonight's interview with wine. >> i did. i did. i brought a wine that i made for you, jimmy. the wine is you in a bottle, what i brought you tonight. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: is it just all musk? [ laughter ] >> it's not all musk. a wine i make called vespa bianco in our vineyards in friuli, which is northeastern italy. the wine is my name, bastianich. >> jimmy: vespa bianco? it means white scooter? [ laughter ] >> white wasp. let's leave the scooter aside. >> jimmy: white wasp? >> white wasp. >> jimmy: i like that. >> just wasp. so this wine, like you, is full of body. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you saying i need to lose weight? i mean, look, i'm a little fat in my face. >> and also like you, the wine is expressive and intelligent without being brash or obvious. so, it has a lot of qualities, jimmy. >> jimmy: see, you're a genius. >> so, take a sip it and tell me what you think. >> jimmy: fells like a scooter. [ laughter ] >> this is the essence of jimmy fallon in a bottle. >> jimmy: that is delicious. >> this is a wine i made for you.
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>> jimmy: vespa bianco. >> having a sip of my wine is like getting to know me a little bit. when you taste that wine, does it speak of me? >> jimmy: yes. >> exactly. then we've accomplished everything we have a to do. >> jimmy: see, you're very good at this. i like this. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: i have to ask you a question. my mom watches "master chef." i watch "master chef." i like my man gordon ramsay. he's normally the jerk on the show. >> on other shows. this is different. this is the underbelly of the gordon ramsay beast, the kinder, gentler -- this is the gordon ramsay cooks for his kids. >> jimmy: but you come off as so mean! >> i'm not mean. >> jimmy: i know, i hang out with him. i mean, look at this, this guy's not mean. look at him. [ laughter ] he's the dude in the hawaiian shirt. having a good time. >> this is about -- when bad food happens to people, it's a problem. and i'm there to stop that. >> jimmy: i love it, though. that's what people want to see, i think. i go, "i swear, mom, he's the nicest guy." >> "master chef" is a search for america's most culinary amateur talent. so, these are home cooks, like everyone here. who can cook out there? [ cheers ]
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so, this is a search for the best home cook in america. and it's my job, our job, to figure out who that is. so, it's all about the business of finding out who america's culinary talent really is. >> jimmy: you got some nut jobs on there as well. >> every passion comes with its tweaks. >> jimmy: that's true. would you hire any of these people for your own? >> not only would i, we have. we've hired people in our restaurants from seasons one and two, because they are talented and passionate. and they bring a lot of who they are. >> jimmy: i think you're a great at it. and i think i love that you're that honest about it. if you're like, "if it stinks, it stinks. i told you to do this." and you'd throw it. >> we try not to throw it too much. >> jimmy: you have to keep throwing! throwing food in someone's chest is the best. [ laughter ] "you call this an omelet!?" and you flip it in their face. [ light laughter ] >> next week is a finale.
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tuesday night, two hour finale of "master chef" on fox. you should definitely, definitely check it out. if you think you have what it takes, come out to casting for next year's "master chef." masterchefcasting.com. >> jimmy: see, that's what i'm talking about, my man. cheers to you and congrats on everything. >> thank you, jimmy. i appreciate it. >> jimmy: thanks for coming on the show. [ cheers and applause ] joe bastianich! check out the "master chef" season finale monday and tuesday on fox! the kills perform next, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] looking for a complete picture of your money?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest have scored the most successful album of their career, with their latest release, "blood pressures." performing the song "future starts slow," please welcome the kills! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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